A recent survey conducted by the ADL ranked Korea the third most anti-Semitic country in Asia (after Malaysia and Armenia). The country has a tiny. . .
On November 10, the ashes of Lt.-Col. John Henry Patterson will be reinterred at an Israeli cemetery. Patterson earned a heroic reputation in the British. . .
The great American writer, often recognized as a friend of the Jewish people, is less well known for his deep appreciation of Jewish ideas.
Sir Walter Scott’s historical novel doesn’t just show Jews as an oppressed minority; it expresses a chivalric vision of Jewish statehood.
Ignorance and hostility were bad enough; worse were artificial displays of historical contrition; then came assertions that it was time to bury the past altogether.
The demographic crisis that threatens the future of American Jewry has been facilitated by the country’s unprecedented embrace of the Jewish people.
During a three-day extravaganza in New York, a group of evangelicals—Korean evangelicals—pledged to support Israel, fight anti-Semitism, and repent for Christian persecution of the Jews.. . .
Was the great writer a xenophobe and anti-Semite? A closer reading, especially of his 1907 The American Scene, suggests otherwise.
The 19th-century American thinker encountered Jews for the first time during a visit to England—and returned to the United States as their advocate.